Wits Journalism welcomed the 2018 full time Career-entry journalism honours students in February. The class will take over all Wits Vuvuzela publications from the middle of March.


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As the department welcomes the new cohort, we would like to congratulate&nbsp;the class of 2017 on their excellent results and wishes the following graduates well during their internships and new positions:

Patricia Aruo – Reuters intern
Nomvelo Chalumbira – Reuters intern
Juniour Khumalo – Media24 intern
Chulumanco Mahamba -&nbsp; The Star intern
Odwa Mjo – Bloomberg intern
Tebadi Mmotla – Junior journalist, Pan African Media intern
Kayleen Morgan – Primedia intern
Karen Mwendera – eNCA producer
Micheal Pedro – Primedia intern
Zamayirha Peter – Media24 intern
Chante Schatz – Media24 intern
Ntando Thukwana – Bloomberg intern

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Wits Career-entry Honours in Journalism program coordinator, Dinesh Balliah, has been awarded the 2017 Faculty of Humanities Teaching and Learning Award for postgraduate teaching. Dinesh has also been appointed to the South African Press Council as a public representative